Why Study Nursing at UW–Madison?

World Class Facilities, All in One Place

Signe Skott Cooper Hall

Cooper Hall supports the health and wellness of the School of Nursing community and features research suites, simulation labs, exercise spaces, and more.

Exterior of Cooper Hall

Student-Centered Education

Student life pairs the resources of a world-class university with a supportive community environment focused on nursing.

Wisconsin's Only Academic Health Center

An expansive, committed health sciences campus that includes nursing, medicine, public health, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, and affiliated hospitals.

Shows the health and medical campus, including academic buildings and hospital close to each other.

Madison, a Capital City

Madison, often voted one of the best places to live in the U.S., offers nursing students additional opportunities in state government and policy making.

With the Wisconsin state capitol in the background, pedestrians and students walk along Library Mall and the State Street Mall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison after sunset.